Paul Harper takes reins as dealer principal of Harper Truck Centres

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TORONTO, Ont. — Paul Harper has assumed the role of dealer principal of Harper Truck Centres, the company has announced.


Harper already served as co-president of the company. Harper will be charged with commercial, operational and strategic growth responsibilities for the Harper Truck Centre operations in Mississauga, Oshawa, Milton and Woodbridge, according to the company.


Harper is co-owner of the Harper Group of companies and has 25 years experience in the truck service and support business.


“The Harper organization is committed to providing exceptional service and support to our customers. The needs of our customers will continue to shape our vision moving forward and we will aggressively strive to meet, and exceed such needs,” Harper announced.


In a release, the company added “Mr. Harper will assume these duties in a manner that will only serve to enhance the dealerships day-to-day operations and the company’s ability to effectively service its customers given the breadth and depth of his experience within the industry.” 

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